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are really jumping. you will see the biggest hottest market is phoenix. of 22%. also, sacramento and san jose of more than 10%. riverside county. detroit up more than 6%. you will see, you know, some bottoming out of during an atlanta and chicago. cincinnati and milwaukee, they are waiting until next year for home prices to bottom out. i know that the viewers are always wondered what is going on in my area. the federal reserve really relies on this. they are also saying that the housing bottom occurred in the fourth quarter of 2011. when you think about it, we still have the 10.7 billion target is underwater. the house prices are worth less than the mortgage. that is a problem. housing is on the bed and maybe a housing bubble. it looks like we are in recovery. watch out and expect moderate growth. what they are talking about is we hit a trough and we are bouncing up. expect 3% growth. that is the news. connell: that is good. well done. dagen: thank you. elizabeth macdonald. we just got earlier this morning existing home sales. they were down slightly in december. down about 1%. that is still
in sacramento and that land is worth $10 per share and will start getting more liquid over time. the combination of good fundamentals plus this acreage that has been there forever. cheryl: when he buys these, he's looking at long-term growth. this next one is an oh, baby, type of stock. they make strollers. i was into mclaren. what is it about this company you say this is it? >> this is a minneapolis-st. paul company. ahad a conference call today. they basically the painters use instead of using a brush, they use a spray. this is not a newcomer. great cash flow. a terrific job of allocating cash. they can earn as much as four to $5 over the next four years out. march up steadily and a windfall of money that the government because one asset they can keep. cheryl: it is not the baby stroller company? >> they have baby strollers, but this is a different company. cheryl: it does the spray painting. >> and lubrication on equipment, that is what contractors want. you got the name right. i was on a conference call. that is why the stock is up reported better-than-expected earnings. but you can make 50%
connecticut shooting. chris hansen is in discussions to buy the sacramento kings for $500 million. the team may go back to seattle. the kings were moving off the coast. the tweet was later deleted. the family who owned the kings have been unable to strike a deal with sacramento for a new deal. tully's coffee may have hit a snag. they say it is now willing to go up $10.6 million for the seattle coffee chain. all parties will be in court this friday to duke it out. that is your west coast minute. dennis: those teachers -- gun stocks will soar because gun sales are up. it seems like everyone is calling in sick from the flu. there may be a way you could make some money on it. cheryl: capitalism lives. adam shapiro chasing down, literally chasing down the latest from the herbalife conference. dennis: first, let's take a look at some of today's s&p winners and losers. ♪ before copd... i took my son fishing every year. we had a great spot, not easy to find, but worth it. but with copd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps signi
has "upset or insulted." california state senator joins us from sacramento now. it seems like he would want to think about where he is living, right? >> well, it is really sad to think that somebody who has spent their whole life in california, who is raising their life in california, being forced to make a decision because he is told that government will take over 60% of its income. is that fair for any californian to be faced with a decision like that? melissa: he also flirted with the idea of being part of a group that would bite into the padres. he is a hometown hero. somebody who means a lot to southern california. are you worried about your state in light of things like prosperity? >> we continue to see people leaving the state of california and there are better ways to raise revenue. one is by broadening our tax base by encouraging businesses to come to the state of california and expand here. that will solve our problems of increasing revenue. melissa: you talk about that the way you would encourage businesses to come would be to lower their tax rate. so, you know, it is quite
, like, a real estate developer who used to own the sacramento kings. jack lowery, an original owner the cracker barrel restaurant, or the woman who owns j.r. jones grain. >> we had to fend for ourselves and do what we needed to do to survive. we don't mind geting our haps dirty and getting the job done because we know that if we do, we will be rewarded for that. >> whahat helped the indian time was knowing they had to become entrepreneurs and support themselves. >> on the rest sir vacations, they hen't trained to be capitalists. they're trained to be counists. everybody needs somebody's approval. >> tribal government and indian affairs manage lands. indians compete to serve on tribal councils so they can give out government money. >> you can help your family, your girlfriend, your informed's mama. it has a great program. >> not so great for the majority of indians. because the government owns most indian property, individuals rarely build nice homes or businesses. >> no individual on the rest sir vation owns the lan so they can't do anything with it. they don't develop it. look at m
their money to work right now. investment officer joe deer joins me on fox business from sacramento, calif.. i wanted to ask you, your portfolio at this point is approaching 2007 highs. what do you attribute the rise to in particular leading up to the end of 2012? >> we have come back a long way by keeping to our long-term strategic portfolio allocation. have of our money is in equity, 15% in private equity, 17 fixed-income and real-estate exposure hedge funds and from the global financial crisis we face that allocation, as the markets came back so that our portfolio. cheryl: we're looking at a pie chart for your investments are, a big chunk, public equity income in green, 10%, real-estate, are you focused more on california real-estate market, are you spreading more across the country, internationally, where is that piece of pie for you? >> the real-estate portfolio which was a big source of trouble in the financial crisis has helped improve our return. real-estate gave us a 15% return in the past year. we are moving our portfolio strategy in real estate from a growth orientation to an income
. the family which owns the sacramento kings has agreed to sell the team for 525 million dollars to a seattle group which plans to move the kings to seattle and reclaim the old sonics name. 2008 the seattle sonics moved to oklahoma city and were renamed the oklahoma city thunder. also need nba approval. 40 bucks will get you priority boarding on southwest airlines. southwest announced the new pay to be first program which opens to passengers 45 minutes before a flight departs. passengers have to pay at the gate to be among the first 15 to board a flight under the new fee to board early plan, but guarantees you will get some overhead space for your bag. that's the latest from the fox business network giving you the power to prosper. ering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer through 6 months. [ male announcer ] enbrel may
of the sacramento kings could be selling the team for $572 million to a seattle group. the plan to take back the sonics name. they will still need nba approval. those are your headlines on the fox business network, back to crazy. tracy: thank you very much google, apple, microsoft also reported earnings this month. a preview in today's "the trade." sandra: there is fear they could not carry them through the earnings season like they did. they were the root of that rally we saw at the end of the year. here are google shares in 2013, not a good story. since january 11, this stock has been seriously on the decline threatening to jump below the $700 mark. only a few stocks in the 700 club, and google is one of them read a really big warning from the company on friday, google itself saying alice may get it wrong because they have not taken into account the sale of motorola home. and then there is ibm, ibm had a really tough third quarter last year, fourth-quarter ability to see the company can turn things around. $5.25 average analyst estimate. analysts over at montgomery are saying that the inve
the ailing sacramento team and wrote and be a question said the team had not been sold but stay tuned for more illness did that is your "west coast minute." dennis: after a court struck down 75% last month. some are pushing to make the tax increase temporary. let's get reaction from john brown, former pfizer to british prime minister now with euro pacific capital. what do you think? is willing to just go back and lift it back off once it is approved? >> it takes a lot to do that. they may reduce the rate of tax but extend the time in which the tax was taken. exceptionalism to be hitting to subsidize the failure. so you run out of other people's money. france is a ticking timebomb of europe. as the economy goes and has a huge item, it is too big to bailout for europe. that is how things will expel and threaten the end of the euro and the european union. dennis: some of these socialists got them to make the tax temporary, do you have faith they will later take the tax away? when they start collecting money, they don't give it up. >> exactly. it takes a lot of courage. the top rate of ta
. these people are out of control in sacramento and now there's a two thirds majority in both houses. stuart: sign any sine die people of california are rethinking the huge taxation rates? apart from people moving their money around and their business around to avoid the tax rates is there any sign of a real backlash to the prevailing trend in california which is tax and regulate? >> no. there is no backlash at all in california. that is not to save a next couple weeks there won't be some kind of backlash when they find out there will be 2% less money in their paychecks and they had before january 1st, 2013. that might wake up some people. the higher tax at 13% plus, the fact that there is a larger sales tax in california that will last four years, income tax seven years, it will never go away. it may hit by march or april but hasn't hit yes because people in california are very happy voting to allow people who make it on their own and do well very happy with making them pay more in taxes so they can do whatever they do. stuart: is this the new normal in america? i know california is separat
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